Half of the upcoming weekend looks decent weather-wise, but that means that half the weekend won’t be so nice.
A warm front will approach the region today, with clouds streaming in, and rain developing by late afternoon. The rain may start as some sleet or wet snow across the hills of central Massachusetts and southwestern New Hampshire, but even there, a change to rain is expected with little accumulation. Temperatures rise behind the front at night, and the rain comes to an end, but as second round of rainfall is likely on Saturday in the warm air. Don’t be shocked if some thunderstorms develop as well as a cold front approaches. The front moves through in the evening then high pressure builds in for Sunday with sunshine and chilly conditions once again. As the high moves offshore, temperatures will moderate on Monday.
Thursday night: Clear skies, clouds start to filter in late at night. Low 22-29.
Friday: Becoming cloudy and breezy with showers developing in the afternoon, possibly some sleet or wet snow in the hills. High 44-51.
Friday night: Cloudy and breezy with rain tapering off in the evening, showers redevelop late at night. Low 37-44 during the evening, temperatures will start to rise overnight.
Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy and windy with rain likely, possibly a thunderstorm. High 57-64, cooler along the South Coast.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy and breezy with showers ending in the evening, some clearing late at night. Low 31-38.
Sunday: Plenty of sunshine, windy, and cooler. High 41-48.
Sunday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 24-31.
Monday: Partly sunny, windy. High 50-57.